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     The Biovantic Bear, p.1

       George Thomson / Actions & Adventure
The Biovantic Bear

The Biovantic Bear

George Thomson

Copyright 2017 George Thomson

Published by George Thomson


Chapter One - Shock
Chapter Two - The Before
Chapter Three - The Loss of the Beautiful One
Chapter Four - The Speaking Begins
Chapter Five - Bear's Surprise
Chapter Six - Visit by Alias
Chapter Seven - A Kingdom is Lost
Chapter Eight - New Friends
Chapter Nine - Bear sees the Impossible
Chapter Ten - Three Years Later
Chapter Eleven - Duncan finds a new Friend
Chapter Twelve - The Happy Lame Man
Chapter Thirteen - Big Trouble for Peter
Chapter Fourteen - Big Trouble for Bear
Chapter Fifteen - A Job for Duncan
Chapter Sixteen - Peter Prepares for Trouble
Chapter Seventeen - Another Job for Duncan
Chapter Eighteen - Free Again
Chapter Nineteen - Peter Tells His Story
Chapter Twenty - An Enemy Makes Trouble
Chapter Twenty-one - Disaster
Chapter Twenty-two - Flight
Chapter Twenty-three - Duncan and Bear
Chapter Twenty-four - Enemy or Friend?
Chapter Twenty-five - What Bailey Understood
Chapter Twenty Six Duncan in Love
Chapter Twenty-seven - Another Journey for Bailey
Chapter Twenty-eight - How The Great One Provided
Chapter Twenty-nine - Duncan Smells Gum Leaves
Chapter Thirty - Ten Years Later
Chapter Thirty-one - Departures
Chapter Thirty-two - The Men on the Plane
Chapter Thirty-three - New Things
Chapter Thirty-four - Scrivs and the Temple Site
Chapter Thirty-five - Yana
Chapter Thirty-six - Those Two Men Again
Chapter Thirty-seven - An Important Moment
Chapter Thirty-eight - Invitation
Chapter Thirty-nine - Embarrassing Reality
Chapter Forty - In Dharwad's Secret Place
Chapter Forty-one - Reality
Chapter Forty-two - Unrest in Jerusalem
Chapter Forty-three - Ifficus
Chapter Forty-four - The Dance of Ifficus
Chapter Forty-five - Focus on Jerusalem
Chapter Forty-six - Big Bang?
Chapter Forty-seven - Conclusion


The story of the Biovantic Bear has been written in true biovantic style. The author understands that many readers will not be familiar with this style of writing or its purpose so the following is a brief introduction to the world of biovantics.
The history of storytelling in most cultures has its roots in the telling, or acting out, of what we would now consider children's stories. About five hundred years before the birth of Christ, a man by the name of Aesop was born. He became one of the greatest teachers of moral values the world has ever known. His teaching lives on today and forms part of our present day common knowledge of reality data bases. This teaching has survived simply because he used simple, fantasy stories which appealed to children and adults alike.
About half a millennium after Aesop, another world- renowned teacher emerged by the name of Jesus. He too, taught in the area of moral and spiritual reality. The stories he told are still remembered today.
It is from this tradition of story telling that the biovantic method of writing has emerged. We are all aware that within every adult a child still exists. The child remains adventurous and eager for new experiences, able to learn just as rapidly as before the adult emerged. The adult, on the other hand, likes to be in control and often inhibits the ability of the inner child to experience new things. He believes that his organised world of known things must be protected.
In this book the author invites the reader to allow the inner child to go back to being a nine- year- old and join Bailey and her friends in their adventure of discovery. The reader will then be able to grow with her from childhood, through puberty and eventually into adulthood. For those who wish to do so, opportunities have been provided to pause and allow the internal child to live with Bailey through some of the events in the story. As you experience the events you have shared with Bailey you will find that memories and emotions of your own are awakened. You will then be able to allow your adult mind to process those memories and make sense of any new discoveries that you have made about yourself.

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